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Care Between Generations

Christina Fredengren talks about care between generations before Christina, Miriam and Alasdair share their visions for a better future.

Sitting in a forest that has grown for nearly 200 years, Christina Fredengren reflects on how cultural heritage has been passed on from generation to generation. She argues that generations are not really separated from each other, but entangled with one another. She reflects dependencies across time and calls for a different relationship to time in which causes and long-term effects are realized and we ancestry is approached with a spirit of inclusivity.

This, our final video, concludes with our dreams for the future which fades into Climate Justice Now, a song about climate justice in the words of a great granddaughter.

Climate Justice Now is written by Owly Dave based on the chant “People gonna rise like the water”.

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